Sports USA Radio Network

The Sports USA Radio Network is the largest independent nationwide sports broadcasting radio network, specializing in live broadcasts of American football, specifically of the NCAA football Division I-A and National Football League. In 2009, more than 275 radio stations across the United States carried NFL and NCAA football games from Sports USA.

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... Sports USA has a large list of announcers for its football coverage ... The network's founder, former USC football broadcaster Larry Kahn, also serves as one of its play-by-play announcers ... As part of a deal between Westwood One and Sports USA, Westwood One occasionally used Sports USA announcers for some of its broadcasts during the 2009 and 2010 seasons ...

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